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Until 21.59 on May 7th 2015 Ed Miliband was destined for Downing Street or so he thought. David Cameron had drafted a resignation speech just in case and the United Kingdom was destined for a Hung Parliament or so the opinion pollsters had told us for months. They were simply wrong as the broadcasters exit…

Reed Smith Join us for annual summer drinks in the spectacular setting of the offices of Reed Smith overlooking the City of London. Good conversation, good company and short talk by Sir Alan Moses chair of the Independent Press Standards Organisation. To book on Eventbrite click here  

Following the sell-out success of Matt’s first Media Society adventure at the Groucho in November, this is another chance to see him in action. Last time he ‘gently grilled’ Evan Davis, Richard Dawkins, Victoria Hislop and Elif Shafak. This time those spending ‘TEN MINUTES WITH…’ include publisher and broadcaster Iain Dale, Author and broadcaster Misha…

Nicholas Coleridge is a giant in magazine publishing. MD of British Conde Nast and President of Conde Nast international, he is responsible for 136 magazines in 29 countries. He was editor of Harpers and Queen and has won two lifetime awards and now he is Chair of the Professional Publishers Association and the V &A….

Because it’s now at new media’s cutting edge, globally available via the internet, on the spot for news wherever it happens, interactive, faster to respond than TV. Between the BBC and the UK’s commercial networks, it’s also become the nation’s talent spotter, pioneer of formats, marketplace for ideas. Find out why British radio is the…

Peter Oborne is one of the great journalists of today in Britain. He is always good to read, always spiky and surprising. He is a Tory Libertarian who left the Daily Telegraph in 2015 in protest at the blurring of lines between advertising and editorial. Oborne is never dull. Peter York is the style weather vane…

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